On TV this Saturday: Dark lights up Netflix with its third (and last) season, Shining sequel Doctor Sleep debuts on HBO and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson hosts a coronavirus awareness concert. Here are seven programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Dark's Final Season, Global Goal COVID Concert and More
Final season premiere (all eight episodes): Jonas tries to make sense of a new rendition of Winden, while those left behind in the other world try to break a loop that bends space and time.
On Lucky’s first day working as a bulldozer, Big Bird and Nina help him realize that it’s OK to make mistakes… he just has to keep trying.
Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime
The Beresfords try to save the British government from a threatening plot, while Tommy gets a daunting task from a violent gang in this 90-minute episode.
Premium cable premiere: In this sequel to Stephen King’s The Shining, a now-adult Dan Torrance (Fargo‘s Ewan McGregor) protects a teen who shares his same gift from a cult that wants to feed off her powers.
Global Goal: Unite for Our Future — The Concert
In this two-hour special, celebrities and world leaders unite to help combat the impact of COVID-19 in marginalized communities; Ballers‘ Dwayne Johnson hosts; Shakira, Jennifer Hudson, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay and more perform.
Natalie Portman hosts this Season 31 throwback that originally aired March 4, 2006; Fall Out Boy performs.
Saturday Night Live
Charlie’s Angels’ Kristen Stewart hosts this encore episode from November; Coldplay performs. (Season 45 episodes, ranked!)